Eric Gourmelen, vice president of IT for global cloud at Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business

Arrow Electronics upgrades ArrowSphere to support Microsoft’s new commerce experience

Arrow Electronics has enhanced its ArrowSphere cloud management platform.

Having started with the Microsoft Azure plan, Microsoft will now transition all seat-based cloud offerings to Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program in its updated commerce experience, including products such as Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, Power Platform, and Windows 365. The transition to the new commerce experience will start in January 2022, and it will be the only way to transact seat-based products in CSP for new end customers from March 2022 and for existing end customers from July 2022.

Eric Gourmelen, vice president of IT for global cloud at Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business, said, “The transition to Microsoft’s new commerce experience will be a significant undertaking for IT solution providers. Arrow is committed to making the transition as seamless as possible, and we have added industry-leading functionality to our ArrowSphere platform that helps users to easily understand, purchase and manage products with the new license terms and pricing models. Feedback from early adopters has been extremely positive.”

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